How to obtain redundancy between a DS0 and antennas communication

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Cisco 2801
Cisco Catalyst 500
DC
DS0
Frame Relay
Routing
Switching
We have our Distribution Center and the headquarters communicated by two options: By a DS0 via Frame-Relay and with a pair of antennas. How could we connected both at the same time in order to obtain redundancy? What schema of switches we need? We had already 1 Cisco Catalyst Express 500 and a Cisco router 2801 in the DC. When DS0 "fell down", we connect directly to Cisco Sw the antennas and change configuration in Headquarters switches and routers adding 2 Vlans for that. We'll appreciate every tip you can share with us. Thnx a lot
ASKED: July 24, 2008  3:37 PM
UPDATED: July 24, 2008  4:00 PM

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